Everybody Shake - The Complete Recordings - Grant Tracey & The Sunsets

Everybody Shake - The Complete Recordings
Collapsed lungs, the Beatles in Hamburg, meeting Roy Orbison, singing with Tom Jones, African sticks, acting as Minder for Kenny Everett, smashing Pianos, a full on rock'n'roll lifestyle when The Who were still in nappies. Grant Tracy & The Sunsets were one of the rockingest and genuinely exciting British rock'n'roll bands of the early 60's. The fact that two members went on to form the acclaimed Honeybus (Pete Dello and Ray Cane) merely gilds the lily.It’s a fascinating story retold in full in our detailed packaging, with significant input from Pete Dello and Roy (Grant Tracy) Barker, including memorabilia from their archive. RPM collect together all their singles, released through Ember, Telefunken, Decca, plus the Ember LP and unreleased tracks from Pete Dellos sound archive, from 1961 - 1964. None of the recordings have made it to CD before.This collection includes the rock'n'roll instrumentals that showcased the Sunsets musical prowess, the Roy Orbison and Elvis vocal styling of Grant Tracy and the early songwriting talent of Pete Dello. A must collection for Rock'n'Roll fans, Instrumental fans, Pete Dello & Honeybus collectors. This is a first reissue and first time on CD. All the groups recordings are here in one brilliant package.
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Code: RPM255
Weight: 200
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